Hurst House

Conversion of outbuildings and landscaping to a prestigious estate in Penshurst formerly part of the Swaylands Estate - Concept Stage

 

We were approached to work on a property that consists of a number of buildings that once served Swaylands with a view to converting a number of the ancillary outbuildings including a jail, butchers, and cattle shed, into accommodation for the enjoyment of the main house.

As well as this, the design will look to create other additions including a loggia providing shelter for outside dining, renovating the existing 18-meter orangery, and introducing a sunken outdoor tennis court.

Being located within the grounds of a Listed Building, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Green Belt, and Parks & Gardens of Special Historic Interest, this is one of our most challenging projects and one we are very excited to be involved in.

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2136 Hurst House Jail